Saturday, March 22, 2008


Graphic: Latest poll in Pennsylvania

Child behaving badly? It's the permissive parents' fault

Bolivia signs gas deal with Gazprom

Chávez buoyed by Exxon court ruling

Bird Flu - Florida CIO Council's Pandemic Website

Visit Indonesia Year 2008, NOT!

"Living in a country that has endless variety of food and drinks, Indonesians do eat out, but the majority does not go to restaurants." - Indonesia’s official tourism

"Stephen Clarkson is also suspicious. 'I never saw John Smeaton at Glasgow Airport,' he says. 'The first I saw of him was the day after on the telly. It is possible he was involved before I got there - I've certainly heard all sorts of different accounts - but I was very surprised to see him on the news.'" - He's the baggage handler who claimed to have flattened the Glasgow bombers, but colleagues disagree

"By 2040, the world population of more than six billion will have been culled by floods, drought and famine. The people of Southern Europe, as well as South-East Asia, will be fighting their way into countries such as Canada, Australia and Britain." - Climate change scientist James Lovelock claims the world's population will decline in 40 years

Earth Day video -

Britain and France to take nuclear power to the world

"The US is financed by foreign purchasers of US treasury Bonds. The biggest holdings (In descdending order) by country are, in billions: Japan (901), China (870), UK (475), Luxembourg (424), Cayman Islands (422)..." - Slip slidin' away ....You know the nearer your destination The more you're slip slidin' away Mmmmm...

Catholic leader attacks 'monstrous' embryo Bill

Naples area buffalo herds quarantined in dioxin scare

"Churchill was not driven by anti-fascism. In his 1937 book 'Great Contemporaries,' he described Hitler as 'a highly competent, cool, well-informed functionary with an agreeable manner.' ... There were Germans trying to overthrow Hitler, but the U.S. and Britain and their industries were obstructing that effort." - Blessed are the arms salesmen, for they are always with us

Sarkozy bolsters Afghan force with 1,000 troops

Sri Lanka - Pak plays Mata Hari


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